Founded in 1986, Consolidated Building Systems, Inc. (CBSI) is a certified California small business and a Disabled Veteran-owned Business Enterprise (DVBE). We specialize in offering clients a professional, well-managed, stress-free and cost-saving option in overseeing their projects. This approach helps prevent a company's generally over taxed facilities department from assuming a large additional and sometimes overwhelming work load associated with a company's expansion or relocation effort.
Services offered are for both new projects and for the renovation of existing facilities. Services include feasibility studies, program development, facility planning, project budgeting, cost tracking, team selection, design development coordination, construction project management and relocation management.
CBSI is a research-oriented company. Our emphasis is on developing a thorough understanding of the client's programmatic requirements. This approach to analyzing data and problem solving allows us to provide clients with accurate and timely information. Our experience shows that an efficiently run project not only saves money by minimizing extra costs during construction or relocation but also increases efficiency for years to come. Subsequently, this equates to a greater return-on-investment. CBSI has the unique capability of meeting these expectations for our clients.
We are proud supporters of the Hotel Engineers Association (HEA), U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), International Facility Management Association (IFMA), and Do Something World. For the IFMA San Diego Chapter, David serves as Vice President 2 on the Executive Board and is the chair of the communications committee, which includes running the day-to-day operations of the chapter's website. IFMA San Diego members selected David as Associate Member of the Year for 2010. For Do Something World, David has lead teams of hundreds of volunteers on projects, which have included repairs and renovations of two City of San Diego Fire Stations, Clean up of President’s Way at Balboa Park and Toy Room Leader for the Rock Church’s annual Toys for Joy event.In 2009, 2010, and 2011 over 8,000 toys were given to underprivileged children.
|Lou has over thirty years experience
in office, manufacturing, hotel and restaurant programming, design development, construction project management and relocation management.
David Suter, CFM, LEED GA
|David has over eighteen years experience in corporate and institutional facilities, relocation management, construction management, design development, material standardization and audio visual planning for the classroom environment.